It has been a few months of my first attempt at low stress training a marijuana plant. I recently harvested the plant and want to share my experience with a marijuana plant low stress training wrap up post.
As you may recall, as part of my second marijuana grow, I wanted to try out ways to increase the yield each plant produces. Based on my little bit of understanding, low stress training or LST is a simple way to do that, so I decided to give it a try on a plant.
My second attempt at legally growing marijuana indoors for personal use in Michigan is well under way.
As I outlined in prior posts, I tried various ways to germinate Northern Light XL, feminized seeds to find out the best way to germinate marijuana seeds. Through that, I currently have 5 plants growing.
In the past couple of weeks the seedlings seem to be doing pretty well in solo cups. Growing to the point that it is time to transplant into a larger container.
To my eye, the plants look like they are about ready to be potted in the container they will be in until harvest. I went ahead and transplanted into 5 gallon fabric pots. Standard coco coir and vermiculite mix growing medium.